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James Rispoli, AMA Supersport Racer – ANT Racing/STAR School/National Guard.com
James and his ANT Racing/STAR School/NationalGuard.com racing team are leading the 2011 AMA Pro Motorcycle-SuperStore.com SuperSport East series by 39 points going into the last round of the series. He is also in contention for the Young Gun Award and the overall championship for both divisions. James could end up the first AMA Pro Racer to win top (3) honors in two different AMA Pro Series, AMA Pro Supersport and AMA Pro Flattrack. Rispoli, who is an AMA multi-national champion dirttracker and multi Landspeed record holder made the transition to AMA Pro road racing part-time in 2009.
Dennis Noyes, Motorcycle Journalist
Noyes raced dirt track stock cars in Midwest while attending college and after graduation worked and traveled in Central and South America before moving to Spain in late sixties. Raced in Spain for 17 years with two national titles while also working as road test editor for first Solo Moto and then Motociclismo. After retiring from racing he has worked ever since as Grand Prix journalist, switching focus to World Superbike in recent years. He was the Dorna VP of GP promotion and director of USGP for Dorna in 1994 and author of FIM book, 50 Years of Moto Grand Prix published by Motocourse.
Lenny Albin, Road Race Track Support – Cycle Analysis and Race Tech
Lenny has been playing, riding and racing motorcycles since he was 9. He started with hare scrambles and cross country and then discovered road racing at 17. He raced all the way up till 1990 when I got severely hurt at Charlotte Speedway. He attended the Motorcycle Mechanics Institute (MMI) in Phoenix from 1990-1991. In 1992 he opened Ace Performance Cycles specializing in motor and suspension performance modifications. He spent some time teaching at MMI and then started another company Cycle Analysis LLC which consults with Race Tech.
Broc Tickle, 250 Outdoor Nationals Rider – Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki
Broc has had an incredible career as a pro already at age 21. He made his pro debut in 2006 but didn’t have a full season at the pro level until 2007. For the next few years he managed to find himself near the front in qualifying and had some great rides including a few podium finishes. His first win didn’t come until 2010 at the Seattle round but once he got it he was on a roll. For 2011 he is on the Pro Circuit ride and took home the AMA Supercross Lites West Championship. In the Outdoors season he is currently running 7th.
Weston Peick, 450 Outdoor Nationals – Privateer
This is Weston’s second full year as a pro motocross racer. He’s managed to finish inside the top ten several times in the outdoors and his best finish in Supercross was an eleventh in the 450 class. This past season he finished 20th in the Supercross season and is excited to race in 2012. He currently is racing under the Privateer Journey tent and paying his own way to get to the races. He has help from sponsors and many believe he could do much better with some additional help.
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